Casual Agenda is a West Midlands based "Mod Rock and Roll" band formed by friends Pedro, Joe and Dan. The band was born after Pedro, having already written a catalogue of songs which echoed with references from all their favourite artists from the Modfather to Dylan, the Arctic Monkeys to Kasabian. Casual Agenda started...Comprising precise guitar punching through a solid bass and drums foundation, along with Pedro's unique vocals, Casual Agenda delivers an honest and raw working man's mod rock 'n' roll that has gained support fast!
As a band they have headlined venues all over the country such as; The Cavern (Liverpool), Camden rocks (London), The O2 Academy (Birmingham), and The Kasbah (Coventry) whilst supporting established signed artists gaining a large local following as well as radio airplay with the BBC and in countries as far as Canada.
They have received excellent reviews from Tom Clarke of The Enemy, Emma Scott, Aldora Britain Records and have been promoted via the NME following their live performances.
Aldora Britain Records – "What can we say? Stunning. Casual Agenda are definitely one for the future! Keep an eye on them, vocals create depth not found in the up and coming rock and roll scene of the UK"
"Rock and roll music that you will not regret hearing"
"Pacey drums. Catchy riffs. Driving basslines!"
Tom Clarke of The Enemy - "Song writing good, like the singers voice!"
Emma Scott (Kerrang) – "The Notion, what a cool song"
Musiceyz - "Defiant attitude, nonchalant sounding vocalist, a drummer that really is a bit special along with powerful basslines."
Musiceyz - "Casual Agenda. A wonderfully brilliant well-oiled machine."
Square Wave (Gateway to Manchester’s Music Scene) - "Unique vocals. Full of energy and a brilliant stage presence."
Radical's Rising - "A band you definitely need to check out live! Quality tunes with a bubbly yet cool arrogance."
Kirsty Jackson Music - "A fanbase that will soar, their EP leaves the listener wanting more and more."